Google ™ loves CAPTCHA, which puzzles me because Gmail Beta ™ does a fantastic job of sorting out Spam. I don’t understand why it won’t do as great a job on blog comments. Google(tm) runs Blogger(tm)/Blogspot(tm) which hosts a whole caboodle of blogs. But they insist ™ that before I ™ can comment, I have to decipher a mumbo-jumbo of letters and numbers.
I hate CAPTCHA and I don’t even care if they are deciphering and digitizing the Great Books of The World via CAPTCHA.
The toughest CAPTCHA is courtesy of Dvice.com.
doesn’t respond to my complaints and therefore shouldn’t even have comments enabled because he is too busy spinning his propeller beanie. Nyeah.
What’s really odd is that if I look at his blog using FireFox, the preferred browser for propeller heads, the CSS doesn’t fully render the page. And they are giggling and saying, the dipwad has ____________ turned on/off and doesn’t even know it.
Well, Nvidia-lovers, I don’t have anything turned on/off that effects/affects (pick correct usage) any other blogs I visit. nyeah.
The toughest CAPTCHA in the local universe! Note: There is NO IMAGE. Tough, tough CAPTCHA.
I also like to have Fun with CAPTCHA ™. When a CAPTCHA shows up, I like to make up words and definitions. I’ve noticed that Google ™ CAPTCHA is now more “word-like.”
Word Verifier: SWasi; n. the act of walking after visiting Tower of Terrier. eg: “When I came off the Tower of Terrier, I was all swaysi.
Turns out the joke is on the people who use CAPTCHA to prevent spam. The spammers won. Quite a while ago.
Breaking Gmail, Yahoo and Hotmail’s CAPTCHAs, has been an urban legend for over two years now, with do-it-yourself CAPTCHA breaking services, and proprietary underground tools assisting spammers, phishers and malware authors into registering hundreds of thousands of bogus accounts for spamming and fraudulent purposes.